Gas prices are dropping ahead of the July 4 holiday, but drivers in Evansville are still paying about $0.40 more per gallon than drivers in Indianapolis.
"People that have a long commute and people that are economically disadvantaged, it's quite a hardship for them," driver Rob Faulkner says.
In Kentucky, drivers are paying more for gasoline thanks to a $0.10 gas tax that went into effect on Monday.
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